The Office of the University Registrar announces the exact dates for registration in advance of each registration period. Continuing students register in October/November for the spring semester, and in March/April for the summer and/or fall semesters. Students are expected to see their advisor before registering. Exact dates for the beginning of advising and opening of registration can be found on the Dates and Deadlines section.
Prior to registration, be sure to schedule an appointment with your academic advisor to discuss academic plans for the upcoming semester. Academic advising is mandatory for all students. Once you meet with your academic advisor and develop an appropriate plan, he/she will lift your Academic Advising Hold allowing registration at your designated registration appointment time.
E-Bills are sent to students after each registration period. Financial services representatives (Student Cashiers and Student Financial Aid Counselors) are available year-round to assist students in satisfying their financial obligation to the University. Registration is not complete until payment is made, and the University reserves the right to drop a student from his/her scheduled courses if payment is not made by the due date.
Registration and Liability
The University of Louisiana at Lafayette considers your registration as a clear indication of your intention to attend the University.
Complete Your Registration
Students must consent and pay their tuition and fees in full before registration is considered completed. Students can access their eBills via ULink. For information on payment options, please visit the Student Cashier Center's website for additional information regarding payment.
You are fully liable for your registration both academically and financially. Upon registering, you are required to acknowledge the Financial Obligation Policy.
This means that you must notify us officially if you will not attend the University after your registration has been completed regardless of the reason for not attending. You are encouraged to be proactive in withdrawing and resigning from the University. Do not rely on non-payment of your courses to serve as your notice to not attend. Oftentimes, scholarships, financial aid, TOPS, and so hold serve as placeholders for your registration. Therefore, it is your responsibility to manually take action to drop your courses.
To learn how to notify us officially that you will not attend classes for which you have registered, please review the Adjust my Schedule section.